Archive, July 2014.

For a dental professional, protecting your license and reputation is critical to maintaining your successful practice. And facing a review board, with the potential for disciplinary or enforcement action, can be a harrowing experience. Complaints may be based on a number of issues, including administrative matters involved in running a sanitary dental office and compliance with licensing and other requirements.
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For a physician, the use of the term “board certified” in advertising can lend a distinct air of authority and expertise that is very attractive to prospective patients. However, unregulated use of the term can lead to confusion among the public, as well as a watering-down of the positive impact on a licensed medical professional.
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The temptation to use cell phones during work hours is present for just about everyone. But for licensed professionals engaged in performing medical procedures, the practice can compromise patient health and safety. Add sexting—sending sexually explicit texts and photos—into the mix, and it is a prescription for disaster for licensed medical professionals.
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Most licensed real estate brokers and salespersons employ nonlicensed personnel to assist in running their real estate business activities. However, the Real Estate License Act states that it is a crime for a person without a license to engage in activity for which a real estate license is required. The Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) is charged with taking disciplinary action against a broker or salesperson that pays or associates with an unlicensed person who engages in any activity for which a license is required.
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